Saturday, July 9, 2016


Long natural fluorite earrings




Natural fluorite earrings use crystal beads which are combined to give an air of elegance and simplicity at the same time.

For these I used:

-  (grade B) fluorite ( natural ) loose beads cylinder multicolor about 13.0 mm( 4/8") x 4.0 mm( 1/8");
-  (grade A) fluorite ( natural ) loose beads square multicolor about 4.0 mm( 1/8") x 4.0 mm( 1/8");
-  and (grade A) fluorite ( natural ) loose beads square multicolor about 7.0 mm( 2/8") x 7.0 mm( 2/8");
- zinc metal alloy connectors findings bow knot, antique silver 21.0mm( 7/8") x 14.0mm( 4/8").

They finish with silver plated ear wire hooks (17x18 mm). 

The total length of the earrings is approximately 9 cm/ 3.54 inches long and weight 5 grams each.

Price: 13.50€/15$

Without nickel or lead.

Thanks for your visit.

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Fluorite derives from the Latin noun fluo, meaning a stream or flow of water. In verb form this was fluor or fluere, meaning to flow.
Known as the “Genius Stone,” Fluorite represents the highest state of mental achievement, boosting aptitude and discernment, the absorption of new information, and helping one work through complex issues. Its energy stimulates the electrical charge of brain cells, drawing in more life force (prana) as it encourages both hemispheres to work harmoniously together in balance. Expanding the consciousness, it advances the mind to greater mental, spiritual and psychic awareness. It stirs creativity and provides a limitless range of avenues for exploration. Fluorite forms in many color varieties, and while each manifests its abilities in different ways, all serve the mental body, brain and energetic levels of being.

Handmade Jewelry Care

Even the best-made, highest quality jewelry is delicate. If not handled properly, jewelry will break or become damaged. Handmade jewelry can be extra delicate, so a little extra care will allow it to last a lifetime.

Do not sleep, shower, bathe, swim, do dishes or household cleaning with chemicals. Tap, well, sea, and pool water all contain a variety of chemicals that can result in damage or excessive wear to metals and stones.

Do not exercise when wearing your jewelry. Sweat, tugging, pulling, and rough handling can result in broken links, wire, and thread.